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Rondo’s giving away Game 4 tickets

RedsArmyAdmin June 10, 2010 Uncategorized 2 Comments

Rondo on the floor
 

Like it or not, Twitter is the new way everyone is getting the message out.  Rajon Rondo is now on Twitter (@RajonRondo) and he's using it to give away tickets (courtesy of Red Bull) to Game 4 tonight.

Here's what you've got to do.

  • Follow Rondo on Twitter
  • Watch for the #LooseBall alert
  • Click on the Foursquare link
  • Find and touch the Rondo-signed basketball at that location
  • say "Loose Ball"

Jason Williams will not be there waiting for you to dive between his legs… but winning prizes, and potentially tickets to tonight's game, makes up for it.

The first #LooseBall hint drops at NOON… so it's happening soon.

Good luck!

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  • Rodger

    I like bill simmons idea have the same 3 refs for the whole finals.
    To add to that they could pick the 3 that sucked the least to officiate the finals.
    Maybe that would give them a incetive to do a better job during the playoffs.

  • Rodger

    I’d send a email to the leauge suggesting this but i would just get a form letter back like this one ive got twice.
    Thank you for contacting the National Basketball Association with your concerns regarding officiating. The NBA’s highest priority is to ensure that every game is determined on its merits, thus providing its fans with a truly fair and competitive league.
    We take seriously the performance of our officials. They are subjected to incredible scrutiny by the league, including tracking every call they make and holding them to the most rigorous standard in all of sports. Not only is their past performance measured, charted, and evaluated, but we employ a system of stringent metrics designed to continually hone their skills and improve their overall ability. We strive to ensure that NBA games are officiated at the highest possible level with the understanding that perfection is an unattainable goal.
    Thank you again for your concern. We appreciate your feedback regarding this issue.
    Sincerely,
    NBA Fan Relations
    Maybe someone else could send a email to the nba saying anything about the refs and i bet you get this letter in return.
    .